OPB | Feb. 05, 2016
Internationally renowned architect Kengo Kuma will transform Portland’s Japanese Garden into a stunning, one-of-a-kind village.
OPB | Feb. 03, 2016
Thirty-four artists will exhibit in Portland and across Oregon for the 2016 Biennial of Contemporary Art this July.
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Taking design inspiration from drops of dew, fortune cookies and Noah's ark, carpenter Abel Zimmerman Zyl pounds artistic whimsy into every inch of his tiny house caravans.
At a meeting of NBA owners in 1970, a staunch supporter of Portland receiving an expansion team locked himself in a bathroom until a group led by Portlander Harry Glickman could secure a letter of credit.
Before urban renewal in the 1960s brought development and a freeway, South Portland was a diverse neighborhood whose immigrant populations included Sephardic Jews.
The Portland band recalls being the first to share Bowie's stage since Lou Reed and the last band to tour Europe with him.
Jewish immigrant Nessim Menashe arrived in the US in 1909 and traveled to the Pacific Northwest soon after. By 1914, he had established this small shop in NW Portland.